Jurgen Klopp has revealed that he thinks four teams – including the Reds – will be involved in a battle for the Premier League title.
Klopp name-checked Manchester City after the goalless draw at Anfield, as well as Chelsea, who drew 1-1 with the Reds at Stamford Bridge a week ago.
Klopp: Why Reds ‘deserved’ penalty luck
Curiously, he also put Arsenal’s name into the mix, reasoning that they are on a good run of form.
According to the Daily Mirror, Klopp said: “Arsenal are two points behind, yeah? Having won six games in a row, did they? So it looks like they are in a good shape.”
Unai Emery’s men beat Fulham 5-1 in the early kick-off on Sunday, but have already lost twice against Manchester City and Chelsea in head-to-heads against fellow competitors at the top.
The Reds go to the Emirates in around a month’s time when we’ll have a closer look at whether the Gunners are capable of a challenge or not.